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Craig Papworth Craig Live

On Wednesday 23rd February Craig Papworth will explore and demonstrate the different sounds achieved by the various types of tone woods used for acoustic guitars and will also entertain us with some songs, in a talk for Haddenham Horticultural Society entitled "Out of the Wood".

Some local residents will have heard Craig play at the Rising Sun before lockdown or more recently at the King's Head — or indeed at Haddenham Winterfest in 2019 (performs as Craig Live).

As usual, the talk will be held in the Walter Rose Room, Haddenham Village Hall, starting at 8.00pm.

Non-members as well as members are very welcome to attend and admission is free, although voluntary contributions towards the room hire costs, etc. are welcomed.

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